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Marathon woman on run for 16 years arrested at home FridaySubmitted: 03/18/2016
Marathon woman on run for 16 years arrested at home Friday
Story By Newswatch 12 News Team

MARATHON - A Marathon woman on the run from police for 16 years now sits in jail for an alleged kidnapping, according to the FBI.

Forty-six-year-old Kimberly Lee Johns was taken into custody in Marathon on Friday.

She's accused of kidnapping a victim in Michigan back in 2000. According to the FBI, The abduction lasted for several days, covering multiple states, and ended with the escape of the victim, and an arrest.

Johns was taken to pretrial detention facility in Indiana but went missing in September of 2001.
An FBI SWAT team arrested her Friday at her home in Marathon.

We don't know when she will appear in court.


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